Hello, if you are reading this article then I hope you are into tech like I am. Well when it comes to the topic of Smartphones every one seems to be interested, and of course we live in a time where our day to day life activities seem nearly impossible without Smartphones.
Well if you are looking forward to buying a smartphone, what Kind of smartphone should you be buying. Well a very simple answer to this question will be ; well it depends on the money you have at hand or your budget as some may put it, but the real answer is that it all actually depends what you want to use the Smartphone for, is t for gaming, video recording and editing? Blogging or Vlogging? There are a lot of things you can use your smartphone for.
Do you want to stay more productive at work? Or you just want to be able to place calls and reply your emails with a lot of ease?
Now let me educate you a little bit absome types of smartphones that are up for sale.
These phones come with an amazing processing and multi tasking features, they usually come with the highest end of everything, from battery to Flashlights and Chipset and modems and they are usually expensive.
Mid-range or Budget phones
Now the term mid range does not mean these phones are not good, in fact some of these midrange phones can sometimes outperform some flagship smartphones.
Well sometimes th reasons why some Smartphones are labeled as midrange is that they lack in some important areas of functionality. Like battery life or heat management systems or sustained performance. Sometimes it’s just the camera quality or sound quality, yeah, and most mid range phones are less expensive because the user is often plagued with advertising features that the user cannot even turn off.
Now here are some of the flagship phones of this year so far at the time of writing this post.
Samsung S21 Series.
There’s a lot to like about the Galaxy S21, but the best thing about it has got to be the price. Samsung’s next-gen flagship smartphone lineup starts at $800, and you can find it on Amazon right now for an extra $100 off. Samsung made some trade-offs to get to that price point. Specifically, the phone has 4GB of RAM less than its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S20; the wall charger and headphones don’t come in the box; and it doesn’t have a microSD card slot for expanded storage. But even with those sacrifices, you’re getting a lot for your money, including a striking design, the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip, and 5G connectivity.
The iPhone 12 series
The iPhone 12 (and its higher-end iPhone 12 Pro counterpart) received one of my highest highest scores ever. The smartphone features the powerful and fast A14 Bionic processor, dual rear cameras, 5G and a magnetic “MagSafe” feature that allows it to connect to other mobile accessories. Read our Apple iPhone 12 review.
One Plus 8 series
OnePlus released a lot of phones in 2020, including the OnePlus 8 Pro and the 8T, but our favorite this year is the OnePlus 8 due mostly because of its price. At launch the smartphone cost $699 (£599, AU$1,180 converted) and has since been discounted. The phone features a 6.55-inch AMOLED screen, a 90Hz display, a water resistant design and 5G.
Motorola edge plus.
The Motorola Edge Plus has pretty much everything you’d hope for in a premium 5G mobile phone: A Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, a giant battery, an OLED screen with a high refresh rate and multiple rear cameras with heavy-duty specs. Motorola took features found on other top-of-the-line Android phones, put its own Moto spin on them and built them all into one of my favorite Android phones of the year.
Here are the best budget phones at the time of writing
Huawei Honor 7s
and Google Pixel 5